PGRs present at MRS Fall 2022

Final year PGRs Hannah Barnard and Dean Patient recently gave talks at the Materials Research Society (MRS) Fall Meeting 2022 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The MRS Fall meetings are huge events in the materials research calendar with up to 7,000 attendees annually taking part in over 50 symposia spread across a week. For the event, […]

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Connor Sait wins Poster Prize for pOp3: The 3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Photonics and Opto Packaging

Congratulations to PGR Connor Sait, who won a poster prize at pOp3: The 3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Photonics and Opto Packaging. Connor’s poster was titled ‘All optical switching in transition metal synthetic ferrimagnetic multilayer systems with enhanced interlayer exchange coupling’. Connor discusses his experience of the event: I enjoyed my attendance of the […]

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Kyle Arnold wins first prize for poster at Operating in Future Electromagnetic Environments Symposium (OFEME)

The Operating in Future Electromagnetic Environments Symposium (OFEME) is a two-day event run by DSTL to bring together government scientists, military personnel, industry researched and academics to share ideas about how technology can ensure control of the electromagnetic spectrum in an increasingly congested and contested world. Four of our CDT PhD students: James Capers, Kyle […]

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New Publication: Inverse design in the complex plane: Manipulating quasi-normal modes

Congratulations to final year PGRs James Capers and Dean Patient, whose paper ‘Inverse design in the complex plane: Manipulating quasi-normal modes’ has been recently accepted by Physical Review A. James explains the importance of this paper’s findings: To design materials for use in solar panels, gas sensors and thermal emitters it is necessary to control the […]

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New Publication: Designing Disordered Multi-Functional Metamaterials using the Discrete Dipole Approximation

Congratulations to fourth-year PGR James Capers, who has just had his paper ‘Designing Disordered Multi-Functional Metamaterials using the Discrete Dipole Approximation’ accepted for publication in New Journal of Physics. James explains the significance of the paper’s findings: Being able to manipulate radiation in any desired way is key to sensing, stealth, power transfer and next-generation […]

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